The guilt of fiendish murder of Junaid cannot be sidelined by Hindu Majority under the slogan of “Not in my Name”. In fact Hindu majority will continue to be held guilty so long such devilish acts continue. These acts are a shame on our constitution and this challenge has to be met frontally.
The recital in the preamble to the Constitution that India is a secular state means that no religious group (including Hindus) can claim any special dominant position or status in the country.
People’s Union for Civil Liberties (PUCL), Janhastakshep, Citizens For Democracy (CFD) and Champa Foundation organized a public meeting on 25th June, 2017 at Gandhi Peace Foundation on the 44th Anniversary of imposition of emergency by Smt Indira Gandhi in 1975. The public meeting was organized to deliberate upon the undeclared threat of even bigger emergency under the present Modi government which is pursuing an even more divisive and reactionary agenda.
Ms. Vasundhara Raje,
Chief Minister of Rajasthan,
Dear Ms. Vasundhara Raje,
We are very disturbed by the lynching and murder of Pehlu Khan in Alwar. He was attacked on April 1st at Behror in Alwar District and died of the injuries a few days later. We are also dismayed by the acts of omission and commission of the government following the incident, including the delay and marked reluctance in arresting all those guilty of the act.
June 5th is celebrated globally as World Environment Day, a day to remind everyone about the fragility of the environment caused by human agency, to sensitise people about the urgency of citizen action to counter environmental degradation and to get all of to rededicate ourselves to preserving nature and wildlife, protecting environment, safeguarding natural resources and persuade and push governments globally to halt environmentally destructive, polluting and hazardous industries, development projects and uncontrolled urbanization.
The proposed 6000 MW Nuclear Power Plant at Mithi Virdi – Jaspara, Bhavnagar district has now been officially slated to be setup in Kovada, Andhra Pradesh. One struggle is over but anther struggle is on and people of the Mithi Virdi area decided to extent all support and they will be part of the struggle with the people of Kovada.